A number of Caithness riders travelled down to Forres to take part in this month's Burgie Bonanza, incorporating the North Cup.
Poisoning is being suspected following the discovery of a number of dead fish in Wick River this week.
Caithness horse riders took the chance to compete in showjumping classes at Mundole Equestrian, Forres, during a recent trip south.
Police are appealing for information about a man who has been missing from the Caithness area since Monday (September 14).
Local horse riders have welcomed changes to a parking sign recently put up at the main beach car park at Dunnet which excluded trailers.
Councillor Nicola Sinclair welcomes today's vote to reject the proposals for a highly controversial shake-up of wards by the Boundary Commission.
Halkirk driver Gary Elder once again took the fastest time at the latest Caithness Autocross Club event – the sixth of the season.
Open-water swimming is among the activities members of Wick Triathlon Club have been taking part in during the Covid-19 restrictions.
Recent changes to Stagecoach timetables are continuing to cause problems for local people who rely on public transport.
Tickets to see the gardens at the Castle of Mey have been in high demand with limited availability already for September.
An Ulbster woman is disgusted with the Stagecoach decision to axe Saturday buses from Dunbeath to Wick, saying: "It is just so annoying."
Due to popular demand the Caithness virtual flower show, which has already received over 200 entries, has been extended to run for another week.
Eight horses and riders took advantage of a mini-camp organised by Caithness Riding Club at Sibster Mains on Saturday.
The change of location of the main bus stop in Wick has been branded "ridiculous" by local bus campaigner Brenda Herrick.
Teenage sisters Sarah and Nicola Donn are revving up for success on the local autocross circuit.
Local health campaigner Bill Fernie has issued a fresh call for the Scottish Government to reveal the number of coronavirus cases in the far north.
A Caithness woman has raised over £3500 for a cancer charity after completing a 755-mile duathlon in just over five days despite suffering an injury.
Entries are still being taken for a virtual flower show which is being held online this year following the cancellation of the Caithness County Show.
Nine positive Covid-19 cases – linked to a fishing vessel which berthed in Scrabster – have been confirmed in Orkney.
Thurso looks set to have a new visitor attraction thanks to the success of the TV programme The Highland Vet which was filmed in Caithness.